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SEC Expands Ability of Employees to Invest into In-House Private Funds

The SEC's Division of Investment Management has issued a No-Action Letter that expands the pool of possible employee investors in in-house private funds. While the SEC's new in-house investment flexibility may help those who...more

SEC Settles with Portfolio Manager of Private Equity Fund of Funds Over Undisclosed Valuation Practice That Inflated Fund...

The SEC settled public administrative proceedings against a portfolio manager (the “Portfolio Manager”) over misrepresentations he made or caused to be made to prospective and existing investors in the private equity fund of...more

Jury Convicts Former Hedge-Fund Manager of Insider Trading

After deliberating for just a single day on December 18, a federal jury found Michael Steinberg, a former SAC Capital portfolio manager, guilty on one count of conspiracy and four counts of insider trading. This case marked...more

Financial Services Quarterly Report - Fourth Quarter 2013: Delegated Portfolio Managers – Risk Takers or Not?

German management companies (KVGs, formerly known as KAGs) that manage alternative investment funds (AIFs) within the meaning of the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD) are considered to be alternative...more

SEC Charges an Investment Adviser and a Portfolio Manager with Fraud and Causing a Money Market Fund to Violate Rule 2a-7

This OnPoint describes the role of the SEC’s Division of Investment Management (Division) in uncovering the alleged fraud through an analytical review of the Fund’s performance data and portfolio information. It then...more

SEC Charges Adviser and Portfolio Manager with Misrepresentations to Money Market Fund Board and Rule 2a-7 Violations

The SEC issued an Order (the “Order”) instituting administrative and cease-and-desist proceedings against Ambassador Capital Management, LLC (the “Adviser”) and the portfolio manager (the “Portfolio Manager”) for a prime...more

Maximize Your Ediscovery Portfolio with Multi-Matter Management

Predictive coding and other advanced technologies have changed the ediscovery landscape in a major way by offering the potential to increase efficiencies and decrease costs from collection through production. The fact that...more

SEC Brings First Action Under Chief Compliance Officer Rule

The SEC recently sanctioned a former portfolio manager under Rule 38a-1(c) of the Investment Company Act, which prohibits misleading and obstructing a chief compliance officer (CCO). ...more

Giving the CCO Teeth: SEC Sanctions Portfolio Manager for Misleading CCO

The SEC brought its first action for misleading and obstructing the work of a CCO this week, finding that a portfolio manager deliberately altered documents and misled the firm’s CCO in an attempt to hide violations of the...more

SEC Brings First Case For Misleading Chief Compliance Officer

The SEC has sanctioned a former portfolio manager at a Boulder, Colo.-based investment adviser for forging documents and misleading the firm’s chief compliance officer to conceal his failure to report personal trades....more

Order for Insider Trader to Pay $10.2 Million in Restitution to Morgan Stanley Affirmed

The US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit has affirmed the lower court’s order directing Joseph Skowron III, a convicted insider trader and former portfolio manager at Morgan Stanley, to pay his former employer $10.2...more

Planning for Carried Interests & Avoiding Section 2701

Alternative investments in private equity and hedge funds have gained in popularity over the last two decades and have become a regular allocation of many investment portfolios....more

Financial Services Quarterly Report - First Quarter 2013: The UCITS Agenda

The first item on the UCITS agenda for 2013 – the ESMA Guidelines on ETFs and Other UCITS Issues (the “Guidelines”) – has gone live. This article provides an update and clarity around the recently finalised Guidelines2 since...more

Hedge Funds And Private Equity Groups On SEC Examination Priority List

The Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations, or OCIE, administers the SEC’s nationwide examination and inspection program. The National Examination Program, or NEP, has published its examination priorities to...more

Court of Appeal Reiterates the Importance for Investors to Conduct Due Diligence

The Court of Appeal of Quebec has rendered an important decision on the liability of securities dealers and investment advisors. In Mazzarolo v. BMO Nesbitt Burns ltée, 2013 QCCA 245, the Court of Appeal, in accordance with...more

Energy Use Disclosure Requirements Go Into Effect for Owners of Nonresidential California Buildings

More than five years following the enactment of the governing legislation, the first phase of the Energy Use Disclosure Requirements will commence July 1, 2013. Assembly Bills 1103 and 531 require owners of nonresidential...more

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